Devonshire, Bermuda (PRWEB) December 03, 2012
The third time is the charm, right? Wrong, at least for Melvin Joell. When his third small business venture failed, Joell realized that the fault might not lie solely in an unstable economy or faulty business plan. In his new book, “The Art of Stewardship, Part 1: The Foundation,” Joell tells how, instead of focusing on outside factors, he began to look at himself and his relationship with God.
In the book, Joell tells how he connected the Bible’s teaching to his own entrepreneurial ambitions. The secret, he says, was building the foundation of stewardship that the Bible teaches.
“When you enter the professional world, your focus turns to ‘becoming’ something,” Joell says. “You lose sight of that well-rounded picture that you started with. Once you lose focus on that picture, the rest is lost and you are destined to be unsuccessful.”
The book is the first installation of Joell’s three part series that helps readers establish, build upon and ultimately profit from a firm foundation of religious and spiritual stewardship. The book is a compilation of 17 years of Joell’s biblical and experiential research.
“It took a long time before I realized that my lack of success was due to a lack of God and a lack of understanding what the Bible required of me,” Joell says. “The secret to financial, personal and spiritual success lies in a foundation of stewardship.”
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“The Art of Stewardship, Part I: The Foundation”
By Melvin Joell
Available in softcover, hardcover and e-book formats
About the author
Melvin Joell has dedicated himself to helping others achieve financial, personal and spiritual success. He is currently CEO of a taxi service in Bermuda, a job that allows him to continue to meet and interact with people from around the world on a daily basis. He is an author, speaker and, most importantly, steward of God’s word. He lives in Devonshire, Bermuda.